By Colette Rolland (auth.), Barbara Pernici, Costantino Thanos (eds.)
This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the tenth overseas convention on complex info platforms Engineering, CAiSE'98, held in Pisa, Italy, in June 1998.
The booklet offers 21 revised complete papers including one invited survey; the papers have been chosen from a complete of 102 submissions. The publication is split into sections on info platforms layout, facts warehouses and extensible database administration structures, workflow administration and groupware, reuse, software layout and WWW, and business experiences.
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Case based reasoning when applied to process performance calls for the existence of a repository of cases. Deductive process improvement aims at adding new cases in the repository by examining process performances. Deductive learning corresponds to the retaining phase of the Case based reasoning cycle which traditionally consists of the four phases (a) retrieve, (b) reuse, (c) revise, and (d) retain. Dynamic process change and process improvement are the two techniques that the Development World can offer to support the process management policies set in the Usage world.
It makes the notion of a context, the coupling of a situation and the decision, central to process modelling. Decisions are applied to the situation in which the process currently is, in order to change that situation to the desired new one. In this respect, the contextual approach has some similarity with the planning paradigm that has emerged from Artificial Intelligence and with projects based on the planning paradigm such as GRAPPLE Huf89. Since the contextual models adopt the notion of a decision, all the properties of decision-oriented models mentioned earlier are applicable to them.
On "Software Process", 1993. fr Abstract : The paper proposes a faceted framework to understand and classify issues in system development process engineering. The framework identifies four different but complementary view-points. Each view allows us to capture a particular aspect of process engineering. Inter-relationships between these aspects allow us to show the influence that one aspect has on another. In order to study, understand and classify a particular aspect of process engineering in its diversity we associate a set offacets with each aspect.
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 10th International Conference, CAiSE'98 Pisa, Italy, June 8–12, 1998 Proceedings by Colette Rolland (auth.), Barbara Pernici, Costantino Thanos (eds.)